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  1. Hello I received a letter today from Nationwide telling me they are no longer able to offer me an overdraft. To be honest I've half been expecting this for a while as I have been at the max for quite some time and have just been putting in enough money to cover the fees for the account. What is the best step to take as I cannot afford to pay the full £3200 in the next 27 days as they are requesting. They have put in the letter I can call to talk about my options. Thanks DC
  2. Hello all, Is there a form or a letter I can send to the DWP to withdraw consent from them in terms of contacting my employer?
  3. Hi all, Cannot believe my week, but its been terrible. I have been a Natwest Mortgage holder since 1997, and we had our ups and downs through various life challenges, but for the past few years no problems, and I always praised how good their customer service was when there were any issues. A little background to this... January 30th, my wife gave birth to our first child, but all was not rosey, he had to go to special care, and wife and son were kept in hospital for an extended time. But eventually they came home. The stress of this was not a good start to the year, especial
  4. Hello all, Apoligies if this has already been covered but basically on the 11/04/13 I (stupidly) took out a logbook loan with Mobile Money's Wolverhampton branch against my car. At the time I was desperate and needed the extremely low amount they offered me of £250 and I took it in a moment of despair. However, as you can imagine with a company like this the APR is extortionate and after reading through my loan agreement I have noticed a 'Right of withdrawal' clause. As I am now in a better financiial position I would like to exercise this right and pay them back the £250 they origin
  5. had my house advertised with an estate agent for sale or rent after a month i went to another one as the first one was not doing anything and they found me a tenant within a week, i told the to still leave the property for sale as i would prefer to sell than let, the tenant moved in a month ago, received a letter today off the first estate agent saying they were withdrawn the property as i have a tenant in it and could i pay them a withdrawal fe of 115 pounds. please note i havent withdrawn it they have. i think it because the other estate agent got me the tenant. any advice given
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